Paper Flowers

Paper Flowers.

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  1. Stack at least 6 sheets of tissue paper.
  2. Fold accordion style in 1-inch pleats lengthwise.
  3. Tie string around the middle of the tissue strip.
  4. Cut ends of the strip. Rounded edges will make round petals, and pointed edges will make pointy petals.
  5. To open the flower, gently pull layers of tissue toward the center, one at a time.

More options: For a hanging flower, use a long ribbon in place of string. To add a stem, use a pipe cleaner in place of the string.